- FDA Antimicrobial Regulations
- Irrigation Management Decisions
- Current Kansas Pests
00:01:09—FDA Antimicrobial Regulations— Brian Lubbers, associate professor in the K-State College of Veterinary Medicine and certified veterinary pharmacologist, provides information on upcoming antimicrobial regulations outlined by the FDA and what these regulations will really mean for producers
00:12:09 —Irrigation Management Decisions— K-State water Extension specialist, Jonathan Aguilar, discusses what producers need to know when it comes to making irrigation decision when experiencing drought conditions and what to do when it actually rain
00:23:04—Current Kansas Pests — We end with K-State horticultural entomologist, Raymond Cloyd, providing an update on a number of insect pests currently active in Kansas, including cicada killers and mimosa webworms
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